Extract from Cambridge dictionary

  1. to make or become different
  2. to get off a train, bus, etc. and catch another in order to continue a journey


The process of giving expert advice on a particular subject or activity.


See Sparring

Existential Approach


  1. human centred
  2. holistic view
  3. phenomenological attitude
  4. value- & meaning oriented


Comes from Latin "existere":

  1. step forward
  2. show yourself
  3. become visible

Complicated or Complex

Complicated problems or systems are 'large' but still solvable or deterministic.

Complex problems or systems have emergent properties and behaviour (such as self-organisation) that makes them non-deterministic / non-solvable, regardless of e.g. the amount of computing power available.

Lean context

Lean thinking is a business methodology that aims to provide a new way of thinking about how to organize human activities to deliver more benefits to society and value to individuals while eliminating (reducing?) waste.


  1. a series of actions that you take in order to achieve a result
  2. a series of changes that happen naturally
  3. a method of producing goods in a factory by treating natural substances


The process of exchanging and supporting at eye level.

Also: good to know the extract from Cambridge dictionary

  1. to practise boxing, without hitting hard
  2. to argue


The process of learning the skills you need to do a particular job or activity


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